tv [untitled] CSPAN June 15, 2009 2:00am-2:30am EDT
tax groups that increase their taxes as a share of gdp is the top 1% during our evolution. the rich of gone from being 1.5% of gdp in 1981 to 3.2% of gdp today. every other single tax category, every of the one including the 2%, the rest of the top quintile, the second quintana, the fifth quintile, every other group had a reduction in their taxes as tax rates were cut but the rich people are where the laffer curve really kicks in because these people can change those decisions. when you see a guy hanging with a politician, don't think it is some person tried to explain to him what it is like being poor. it is a lobby is trying to get a favorite of the government. these people can buy more congressman, more senators, more presidents than any of this can.